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Homework Help: Statistics

Posted by Alan on Thursday, September 8, 2011 at 10:26am.

A young guy is setting up a date for his girlfriend. He has the option of going to Chicago, Indianapolis, or staying in Lafayette. If he chooses Chicago, he has 10 choices for a play and 100 choices for a restaurant. If he opts of Indianapolis, he has 5 choices for a play and 50 choices for a restaurant. If he remains in Lafayette, he only has 2 options for a play 20 choices for a restaurant.

A. How many options does this gentleman have for a romantic evening out?



B. What about if we added the option of Fort Wayne and this particular city boasted 8 plays and 75 restaurants?

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